Every year, all families with children enrolled in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 should complete an Application for Educational Benefits. Many families are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals, as well as waived or reduced fees for transportation, athletics, activities and more!
By completing an application, you are helping to ensure every school in District 191 gets the much-needed state and federal funding it deserves.
We encourage all One91 families to complete an application online or mail in a completed paper application to District 191 Food Service Office, 200 W. Burnsville Pkwy, Burnsville, MN, 55337.
You will need the following information in order to complete an Application for Educational Benefits:
- Each child's first and last name, birthdate, grade, and school
- (If Applicable): Assistance Program (SNAP, MFIP, FDPIR / receiving Medical Assistance does not apply) and Case Number
- (If not receiving benefits from an Assistance Program):
- Last 4 digits of Social Security Number (SSN) of the person signing the form or mark the box for no SSN
- Each child's regular Income (part-time job or Social Security income) that contributes to the household (not casual income such as babysitting or lawn mowing)
- Each household members' first and last names
- Each adult household member’s gross income, not take-home pay
- Each adult household member’s frequency of income (weekly, bi-weekly, bi-monthly, monthly or annually)
To request an application in a language that is not listed below, please call the Food & Nutrition Services Office at 952-707-2051.
2021-22 Income Guidelines
|Household Size||$ Per Year||$ Per Month||$ Twice Per Month||$ Per 2 Weeks||$ Per Week|
|Add for each additional person||8,399||700||350||3249||162|
Applications are reviewed on a timely basis, however, allow 10 days for processing and a response sent to the parent/guardian. Benefits from the previous school year will be carried over for the first 30 school days of the current year. Families receiving MN Family Investment Program (MFIP), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), and foster children may be directly certified for free meals by the State of MN. Benefit eligibility letters are sent through U.S. mail. Applications may be completed at any time throughout the year. Until an application is approved and written notice has been received, parents/guardians are responsible for providing meals from home or money for school meals. Call 952-707-2051 if you need assistance with the application process.